In more good news for Georgia, and hopefully its economy, a new study from WalletHub ranks Georgia 8th overall for “Best States to Start a Business.” The study used three main factors to determine the overall ranking – business environment, access to resources and business costs – and Georgia fared well in all three.

Georgia finished just behind Colorado and ahead of Missouri. Some states scored particularly high on one or two factors but suffered from a poor ranking in the third category. Colorado’s business costs ranked 32nd, otherwise it could’ve scored higher overall. Georgia was ranked 13 for business environment, 14 for access to resources and 10 for business costs. 

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